- Stop, Start, Continue: to determine what components should be kept within the instructions, as well as identifying aspects that were not as successful
- 2 minute memo: to determine if the learning objectives have been met
- Survey with a mixture of multiple choice and open ended questions: to gather feedback on instruction, instructor and classroom activities
- Immediate feedback instrument: can be purchased and used in class. The choices are covered with a removable material. You get 3 points for picking the right answer with the first scratch, 2 points for the second try, 1 point for the third try and no points for the last square remaining. You can use this instrument as a competition within the class - students working in teams try to get the most points in the shortest amount of time. In the faculty orientation that I attended, one of the instructors used this instrument. It was a lot of fun, even though my team lost!
Thursday, September 6, 2012
Student Assessment Ideas
Potential Assessment Tools: